My Two &*%$#!!! Questions for Romney and Obama | Cross-Check Presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Barack Obama recently answered 14 science-related questions put to them by Scientific American and ScienceDebate.org. This exchange left me wanting more. If I had the candidates locked in a room with me, I’d ask them two questions: What the $%&*#!!! you gonna do about the obscenely big gap between rich and poor Americans?
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Friday, January 18, 2013, by Erin DeJesus It's Friday and time to hear from the crowd. Have something you want discussed among the fine Eater readers? Send it this way . To the chagrin of many a restaurateur, happy hour in Portland is a culture all its own. For this week's Friday Open Thread, we pose the question: What restaurant — bars exempted — has the best happy hour in Portland? What Restaurant Has Portland's Best Happy Hour? - Friday Open Threads
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Michael Lewis: Obama’s Way Obama was 20 or more years older than most of them, and probably not as physically gifted, though it was hard to say because of the age differences. No one held back, no one deferred. Guys on his team dribbled past him and ignored the fact he was wide open. When he drives through the streets, crowds part, but when he drives to the basket large, hostile men slide over to cut him off. It’s revealing that he would seek out a game like this but even more that others would give it to him: no one watching would have been able to guess which guy was president. As a player on the other team, who must have outweighed Obama by a hundred pounds, backed the president of the United States down and knocked the crap out of him, all for the sake of a single layup, I leaned over to the former Florida State point guard.
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Click to view gallery: The 112th Congress is a no good, very bad, terrible Congress. (Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg) This week, the House of Representatives voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act. On its own, such a vote would be unremarkable. Republicans control the House, they oppose President Obama’s health reform law, and so they voted to get rid of it. 14 reasons why this is the worst Congress ever
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Presidential Biographer Edmund Morris - Serious Jibber-Jabber with Conan O'Brien Select Nations | Why Argh. We're sorry, but this content is not available in your country or region. Blame the lawyers! HD Share Link Embed <iframe width="640" height="465" src="http://teamcoco.com/embed/v/39689" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> Your video will begin in 30 seconds This Video Available: Worldwide In "Serious Jibber-Jabber," Conan O'Brien has lengthy, uninterrupted conversations with interesting people on topics which fascinate him.
"You Might Be Screwed": Excerpts from Jefferson Smith's U of O Commencement Speech Amanda Caffal I'm not going to post the whole thing, but we got a copy of the speech that mayoral candidate Jefferson Smith gave to the University of Oregon's class of 2012 yesterday morning. But some of it's definitely worth sharing. The message? Graduates should embrace the lousy economy, with its paucity of high-paying, ego-boosting jobs, as a chance to cast off the myth of the career ladder and follow in Smith's own footsteps: public service. I know I’m supposed to come and tell you about the many opportunities before you.
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The ruling elite has created social institutions that have subdued young Americans and broken their spirit of resistance. Bruce E. Levine AlterNet Traditionally, young people have energized democratic movements.